Newsletter October - Antibiotic-free production - Exhibition calender - Products in the picture

17 Octubre 2018

Antibiotic-free production demands extra attention for water hygiene

Consumers all over the world start to worry about the use of antibiotics in livestock production and their effect on human health. Antibiotic free chicken start to become a standard of supermarkets and restaurants. To produce chickens without antibiotics, producers have to pay more attention to maintaining flock health and bio-security. Water hygiene is an important part of it and I-Flush supports this.

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Upcoming exhibitions

From 13 to 16 November, Eurotier will take place at the Hannover Messe in Hannover, Germany. For Impex this edition of the exhibition is dedicated to pig farming. We produce pig nipples for every type of pig, in four different lines. This allows us to meet the broad demand for pig nipples to suit every budget. During Eurotier you will find Impex in hall 17, stand E21.
In February 2019 the IPPE in Atlanta (GA), USA is on the agenda and in March 2019 you can find us at the VIV Asia in Bangkok, Thailand. Hopefully we will see you at these events!
We will of course keep you informed in the run-up to these exhibitions.

Products in the picture

In our range we have our own Impex stainless steel pig drinking bowls. These drinking bowls have a long life and can be mounted anywhere. The stainless steel nipple has an adjustable water flow of 1-4 liters (0.26-1.06 us gallon) per minute and the stainless steel water pipe has a 1/2" female thread connection. If you want more information, please contact us.

For piglets
This variant is suitable for piglets from 6 to 35 kilograms (13.2 to 77.2 lb). Approximately 30 piglets per drinker. 

Standard drinker
This drinker is suitable for fattening pigs between 25 and 120 kilograms (55.1 to 264.6 lb). About 15 to 20 pigs per drinker. 

Multi drinker
This drinker is for piglets, fattening pigs and sows. Suitable for pigs from 6 to 125 kilograms (13.2 to 275.6 lb). About 30 piglets, 20 pigs, 10 sows per drinker.